How to find local calibrators

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  1. Brad Jay

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    What's the best way to find local calibrators. I'm in St.Louis if anyone knows a quality guy.
     
  2. Gregg Loewen

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    Hi Brad.

    Ill be in St L in November. Will that work?

    You can also try www.imagingscience.com for a listing in your state, then do a google search to see what people are saying online about their services.

    What kind of set do you own?

    If interested in my services, please email [email protected] or give me a call at 201 232 3380

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  3. Brad Jay

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    Greg,

    November would be great. I have a Mitsubishi WS-65809 or WS65819. I can find out for sure when I get home if you need to now. I have read the replies to your quality of work so I am totally confident in you. I have owned my tv for about 3 years with only the tv supplied convergence done by me. What do you recommend and if you could give me the pricing it would be great.

    Thanks, Brad
     
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    hi Brad

    Pricing is $50 travel, paid at the time of booking, using the booking form at www.lionav.com
    Calibration fees:
    $225 for non HD tube sets
    $275 for HD tube sets
    $400 for digital displays (upto 3 inputs)
    $400 setup and ISF of the DVD scan rate on CRT RPTVs
    additional $150 for ISF of the HD scan rate on RPTVs, this includes HD specific image centering, overscan, and convergence work.
    Optional on RPTVs is a duvetyne cloth lining for 150 (material and labor).
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